Cross Pedestal Table with Glass Top
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Design by Matthew Hilton.
By Case Furniture.
Intricately constructed, interlocking pieces of solid oak come together to form the base of the Cross Pedestal Table. The asymmetrical lines create a sculptural feel, while the tempered glass top provides a light feeling with an all around view of this unique base. Comfortably seats up to six.
Material(s): Oak wood, tempured glass
- 47.3" Dia X 28.7"H
- Glass Top: .4" Thick
Designer: Matthew Hilton
Matthew Hilton graduated with a degree in Furniture Design from Kingston Polytechnic in 1979. He went on to design products for Paul Smith and Joseph Pour La Maison before designing at product design company Capa, London. During this time he also designed sets for the renowned fashion designer Koji Tatsuno's company Cultureshock.
In 1985 Matthew set up the Matthew Hilton Design Studio and started working for the British retailer and manufacturer SCP, for whom he has designed a number of classics such as the Balzac chair, the Flipper and Antelope table. The studio expanded its practice, working for the following manufacturers: Driade, Disform, Sawaya and Moroni, XO, Montis Perobell, the Bradley Collection, Montina, Livit, Ycami, Andreu World Case and Authentics.
Matthew Hilton was given the highest honor in the field of Industrial Design in the United Kingdom, by being named a Royal Designer for Industry in 2003. In September 2007, Matthew established his own brand, Matthew Hilton Limited as a place he could have complete creative control. In 2008, he was named Designer of the Year by Elle Decoration at the British Design Awards.View other products by Matthew Hilton
Manufacturer: Case Furniture
Case. Promoting the notion that the best design should be available to the mass market.
Case was established in 2006 and is the creation of British furniture pioneers' Paul Newman and Sheridan Coakley. Paul Newman has been working in the furniture design industry for over twenty years. He started as a product designer, launching his first designs at the Salone de Mobile in 1988. Paul Newman is a well-respected expert in design, sourcing and advanced manufacturing techniques. Newmanís understanding of the international market and of manufacturing techniques worldwide gave Case a strong foundation from which to launch.